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LBJ & Claude Pepper 1964

Filing Deadline (Federal) Offices): April 26, 2024
State Primary: August 20, 2024
Bold = Active Candidate
Italics = Potential Candidate
* = Incumbent
won = Winner
(Incumbent Party Listed First)

This page was last updated on May 12, 2023


[ Ron DeSantis (R)* - Term-Limited in 2026. ]
Matt Gaetz (R) - Congressman, Ex-State Rep. & Attorney
Ashley Moody (R) - Attorney General & Ex-Circuit Judge
Jeanette Nunez (R) - Lt Governor & Ex-State Rep.

Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2026.

Bob Graham - 1978

Jeanette Nunez (R)*

Ashley Moody (R)* - (Campaign Site)

Jimmy Patronis (R)* - (Campaign Site)

Jeb Bush - 1994

Wilton Simpson (R)* - (Campaign Site)


Dick Anderson - Miami Dolphins - for Florida Senate - 1978

State House

State Senate


Rick Scott (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Keith Gross (R) - Businessman & Attorney
Matt Boswell (D) - Progressive Activist & '21 US Rep Candidate

Grant Hill (D) - Ex-NBA Basketball Player & Venture Capitalist

Don Horan (D)

Jennifer Jenkins (D) - Brevard County School Board Member
Shevrin Jones (D) - State Sen. & Ex-State Rep.

Rod Joseph (D) - Consultant, Graduate Student, Army Veteran & '22 St Rep Candidate
Bernard Korn (D) - Realtor, Ex-Police Officer & Frequent Candidate

Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D) - Ex-Congresswoman
Stephanie Murphy (D) - Ex-Congresswoman, Ex-College Professor & Ex-National Security Specialist

Chase "Andy" Romagnano (D) - '22 County Utility Board Candidate
Matthew Sanscrainte (D) - Hospitality Management Consultant

Dwayne Wade (D) - Ex-NBA Basketball Player & Philanthropist

Wilson Instervil (L) - Blue Collar Worker
Shantele Bennett (NPA) - Consultant & '22 Candidate
Alix Toulme Jr (NPA) - Lyft Driver, Navy Veteran & Frequent Candidate
Jim Davis (WI) - Code Enforcement Officer, USMC Veteran & MAGA Activist
Salomon Hernandez (WI)

Bob Graham - 1978

Marco Rubio (R)* - (Campaign Site) - Next Election in 2028.


District 1:
Matt Gaetz (R)* - (Campaign Site)
William McPhillips (R) - '22 Candidate

District 2:
Neal Dunn (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Willie Anderson (R) - Pastor

District 3:
Kat Cammack (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Tom Wells (D) - Scientist & Frequent Candidate

Anthony Stebbins (L)

Joe Scarborough for Congress

District 4:
Aaron Bean (R)
- (Campaign Site)
LaShonda "LJ" Holloway (D) - Businesswoman, Ex-Congressional Aide & Frequent Candidate

District 5:
John Rutherford (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Gary Koniz (R) - Retired Journalist, Vietnam War Veteran & Frequent Candidate

District 6:
Mike Waltz (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Mat Lenssen (R) - Realtor, Truck Driver & Ex-Actor

District 7:
Cory Mills (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Kristofer Lawson (R) - Waiter, Entertainer & '20 Candidate

Tatiana Fernandez (D) - Businesswoman & '22 Candidate
Al Krulick (D) - Teacher, Theater Professional & Frequent Candidate

Allek Pastrana (D) - Cyber Engineer & '22 Candidate 

Porter Goss for Congress

District 8:
Bill Posey (R)* - (Campaign Site)
John Hearton (R)
Henry Schuman (NPA)

District 9:
Darren Soto (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Jose Castillo (R) - Businessman & '20/'22 Candidate

Angel Coba (R) - Realtor & Army Veteran
Scotty Moore (R) - Christian Missionary, Life Coach & '22 Candidate

Adianis Morales (R) - Pastor, Political Organizer, MAGA Activist & '22 Candidate 

Sergio Ortiz (R) - Realtor, Ex-Mortgage Broker, Pastor & '20/'22 Candidate

District 10:
Maxwell Frost (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Willie Montague (R) - Christian Nonprofit Group CEO, Life Coach & '20/'22 Candidate
Calvin Wimbish (R) - Retired Army Colonel, Sales Manager & '22 Nominee  

Lateresa "L.A." Jones (NPA) - Life Coach & Frequent Candidate 

District 11:
Dan Webster (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Laura Loomer (R) - Alt-Right Blogger, Anti-Muslim Activist & '20/'22 Candidate
Anthony Sabatini (R) - State Rep., Attorney, National Guard Officer & '22 Candidate in CD-7
Ralph Groves (L) - Ex-Orange County Libertarian Chair

Reubin Askew for Governor / Jim Williams for Lt. Gov. - 1970

District 12:
Gus Bilirakis (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Kimberly Walker (D) - IT Professional, Army/USAF Veteran & '22 Nominee

District 13:
Anna Paulina Luna (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Amanda Makki (R) - Attorney, Lobbyist, Ex-Congressional Aide & '20/'22 Candidate 

District 14:
Kathy Castor (D)* - (Campaign Site)

District 15:
Laurel Lee (R)
- (Campaign Site)
James Amburgey (WI)

District 16:
Vern Buchanan (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Jan Schneider (D) - Attorney, Ex-Congressional Aide & Frequent Candidate

Harry Johnston for Congress

District 17:
Greg Steube (R)* - (Campaign Site)

District 18:
Scott Franklin (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Peter Braunston (D) - Tech Support Specialist

District 19:
Byron Donalds (R)* - (Campaign Site)

District 20:
Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Drew Montez Clark (R) - Businessman, '22 Nominee & '20 St Rep Candidate

District 21:
Brian Mast (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Jeff Buongiorno (R) - Technology Professional, MAGA Activist & '22 Candidate
Ljubo Skrbic (R) - Health Consultant & '22 Candidate

J. Herbert Burke for Congress - 1972

District 22:
Lois Frankel (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Deb Adeimy (R) - Financial Advisor & '22 Candidate
Dan Franzese (R) - Investment Executive, GOP Activist & '22 Nominee
Andrew Gutmann (R) - Tech Executive & Conservative Activist

District 23:
Jared Moskowitz (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Mike Trout (D) - Musician, Progressive Activist & Frequent Candidate
Christy McLaughlin (R) - Law School Graduate, MAGA Activist & '20/'22 Candidate 
Darlene Swaffar (R) - Insurance Agency Owner & Frequent Candidate

Christine Scott (NPA) - Sole Proprietor & '20/'22 Candidate

District 24:
Frederica Wilson (D)*
- (Campaign Site)
Lavern Spicer (R) - Nonprofit Executive & '20/'22 Candidate

Alcee Hastings for Congress 1992

District 25:
Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Chris Eddy (R) - Weston City Commissioner & Retired USAF Brig General
Carla Spalding (R) - Nurse, Realtor, Navy Veteran & Frequent Candidate
Rubin Young (R) - Ex-Legislative Aide, Army Veteran & Frequent Candidate

District 26:
Mario Diaz-Balart (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Ian Medina (D) - Ex-Law School Student & '22 Candidate

Christine Olivo (D) - Ex-Church Youth Director, Community Activist & '20/'22 Candidate

District 27:
Maria Elvira Salazar (R)* - (Campaign Site)

District 28:
Carlos Gimenez (R)* - (Campaign Site)


Janet Reno for Governor - 2002

Conservative Party USA of Florida (CPF)
Constitution Party of Florida (C)
Florida Democratic Party (D)
Ecology Party (E)
Forward Party of Florida (F)
Green Party of Florida (G)
Libertarian Party of Florida (L)
People's Party of Florida (P)
Reform Party of Florida (REF)
- Alliance Party state affiliate
Republican Party of Florida (R)
Party for Socialism & Liberation of Florida (PSL)
Independent / No Party Affiliation (NPA)
Write-In (WI)


Secretary of State - Division of Elections


Ed Gurney - 1968

Apalachicola Times
Bradenton Herald
Broward & Palm Beach New Times (Alternative)
Broward-Palm Beach Sun-Sentinel
Charlotte Sun-Herald
Citrus County Chronicle
Daytona Beach News-Journal
Destin Log
Fernandina Beach News Leader
Florida Keys News
Florida Phoenix
Fort Lauderdale Westside Gazette (African-American)
Fort Myers News-Press
Fort Pierce Tribune
Gadsden County Times
Gainesville Sun
Hernando Sun
Highlands News-Sun
Indian Country Today
Jacksonville Business Journal
Jacksonville Florida Times-Union
Key West Citizen
Lake City Reporter
Lakeland Ledger
Leesburg Daily Commercial
Marco Eagle
Melbourne Florida Today

US Senator Dick Stone - 1980

Miami Herald
Miami el Nuevo Herald (Spanish)
Miami New Times (Alternative)
Naples Daily News
Northwest Florida Daily News
Ocala Star-Banner
Orlando Sentinel
Palatka Daily News
Palm Beach Post
Panama City News-Herald
Pasco News
Pensacola News Journal
Ponte Vedra Beach & Jacksonville Beaches Leader
St. Augustine Record
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Sayfie Review (Politics)
South Florida Business Journal
South Florida Daily Business Review
South Florida Gay News
Sumter County Times
Tallahassee Democrat
Tampa Bay Business Journal
Tampa Bay Times
Tampa Creative Loafing (Alternative)
Treasure Coast Newspapers - TCPalm.com
UF Independent Florida Alligator
Winter Haven News Chief

Jack Eckerd for Governor - Paula Hawkins for Lt Governor - 1978

WBBH TV-2 (NBC - Ft. Myers)
WINK TV-11 (CBS - Ft. Myers)
WCJB TV-20 (ABC - Gainesville)
WJXT TV-4 (IBS - Jacksonville)
WJXX TV-25 / WTLV TV-12 (ABC/NBC - Jacksonville)
WFOR TV-4 (CBS - Miami)
WSVN TV-7 (FOX - Miami)
WTVJ TV-6 (NBC - Miami)
WPLG TV-10 (ABC - Miami)
WESH TV-2 (NBC - Orlando)
WFTV TV-9 (ABC - Orlando)
WKMG TV-6 (CBS - Orlando)
WOFL TV-35 (FOX - Orlando)
WJHG TV-7 (NBC - Panama City)
WEAR TV-3 (ABC - Pensacola)
WCTV TV-6 (CBS - Tallahassee)
WTLH TV-49 (FOX - Tallahassee)
WTXL TV-27 (ABC - Tallahassee)
WFLA TV-8 (NBC - Tampa)
WFTS TV-28 (ABC - Tampa)
WTSP TV-10 (CBS - Tampa)
WTVT TV-13 (FOX - Tampa)
WFLX TV-29 (FOX - West Palm Beach)
WPBF TV-25 (ABC - West Palm Beach)
WPEC TV-12 (CBS - West Palm Beach)
WPTV TV-5 (NBC - West Palm Beach)


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